AJC New Jersey is a regional office of the national AJC organization.
AJC's mission is to advance the peace and security of Israel and the Jewish people worldwide. We advance human rights and democratic values in the United States and around the globe, through diplomacy, legislative advocacy, and by building effective interreligious and interethnic coalitions. AJC focuses on five priority issues of concern: Israel's peace and security, Iran's nuclear threat, anti-Semitism, advancing immigration reform and energy security.
AJC has an established global network with:
- 22 regional offices across the nation
- 9 international offices.
- Access to top level decision makers and diplomats from over 100 countries. .
About AJC New Jersey
Our AJC New Jersey members directly engage in political advocacy with state and national legislators and in diplomatic dialog with ambassadors and consuls general stationed in New York City on issues that involve Israel, Iran, global anti-Semitism, terrorism, energy security, church-state separation, immigration reform, and civil/religious liberties. Through programming and outreach, our regions build diplomatic, interfaith and inter-group relationships and coalitions—educating our members as well as the broader community about the issues that reflect the depth of AJC's national and international mission.